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firm founded 103 years ago in oakland at 12 and broadway just across the street. we are still at 12 n. broadway. we have a little better view 24 floors up, and we are proud to be in oakland, and we are growing in oakland. we brought three new partners in last month, and we think we will bring three new partners in this month. on your tables is a tool kit that you can use, and a few words about the breadth and ability of the lawyers in our firm. we are proud to occupy oakland. we have just signed -- renewed our lease for 52,000 square feet, and we are here for the long haul. my job this morning is to introduce genes -- jean quan. you know her story, and it is a great one. first woman elected mayor of oakland. the first asian elected mayor of oakland. first asian woman elected mayor of a major city in this country. she is proud of that. we are all proud of that. you know a lot about her story. you know she is a champion for youth, for schools, and becoming a champion for economic development in our city. you know some of the difficulties she has faced. some of them are old -- crime, pro
year, we hosted the event in san francisco, which is why we are here at the oakland convention center this year. so thank you for being our gracious host this year. we are delighted that mayor lee traveled across the bay to be here in oakland. doesn't this convention center look fantastic? it has been a great renovation throughout. really terrific asset for this city. i hope your year is off to a good start. i personally feel rather optimistic as we talk to the many businesses we interact with every day and every week. this morning, we're going to start our program with two speakers who will share information about the economy, the outlook for real estate and investing, and then we will hear from our mayors. it is a great time to be talking about the economy because it at least appears to be getting a little bit better, maybe in fits and starts. we are hearing some good news on the job front -- not nearly enough yet. i will just ask -- who does think that the economy in 2012 will actually be better than 2011? good. that is about maybe half. who thinks that we are lucky to be in the ge
game! western division! [ cheering and applause ] >> the oakland a's were 13 games out of 1st place on june the 30th. today, the team is the american league west champion! for the first time since 2006! needing a 3-game sweep over texas to have a shot, the a's did just that! garry will have more from the players coming up. >>> a sheriff's suspect involved in a shooting this evening in san jose. the suspect was taken to the hospital for non-life-threatening injuries: the deputy was patrolling one of the stations when he noticed a man acting erratically. he followed the man for 10 minute, then the deputy said the man-made threatening moves. >> to what extend he was threatening the officers or throwing things or coming at them, that's going to have to be passed out through the interviews. >> the sheriff's department is contracted out by cal trains and has jurisdiction over the tracks. the shooting caused several train delays this evening. >>> coming up, one of our own takes flight with the blue angels! >> coming up, more oakland a's celebration! bring on the tigers on saturday, and the
, everybody. i'm frank mallicoat. and it is game on oakland! in less than 30 minutes, the as go after the american league west championship. we already saw the rush for play-off tickets this week. and, of course, the champagne celebrations in the locker room monday after the team clinched a spot in the play-offs. first time since 2006. but as cbs 5 reporter cate caugiran shows us now, today's game isn't the only thing that has as fans mighty happy. >> let's go, oakland! >> reporter: we're told it's the day to be an a. >> let's go, oakland! >> reporter: hours before the game, dedicated as fans set up tents and fired up the grill. for the love of the as, and the game. >> we love our as with a passion. >> reporter: the as could stay in oakland for a few more years. >> the commission currently is -- we put a proposal on the table. four, five extra years. we're excited. >> reporter: he says the extended stay will give the city time to plan on a long- term solution of building a new stadium. >> it's about time oakland tries to keep the oakland as in oakland. >> reporter: there were rumors t
and elsewhere in the city? >> i think the bay area has a group of anarchists. with the oakland occupiers, two years ago, we had the bank demonstrations in san francisco. i think it is a very similar group. you had a lot of broken windows and demonstrations. everybody was wondering if -- this was after seattle, the international monetary fund meeting. everyone wondered if they would leave there. they came over and seemed to hang out in oakland for a while. i think we have a particular political element in the bay area that other people do not have. people in oakland -- that is the difference. i do not think it is fair to call that the whole occupy movement. there is a general sense in the world and the u.s. that there should be more income equality. there is a broad group of people in oakland -- i think that was one of the hard things for me as mayor, to get the city to have consensus on it, because people were very sensitive to that. there is taxing oil companies, etc.. that is not unique to oakland. occupy in the fall began to fall away to different groupings. you had groupings that would be
degrees in san rafael. >>pam: bay area sports fan are in baseball heaven. the oakland a's. and the american league west with reactions from players and the fans. with a warning for the east cape with dangerous objects being thrown at cars from a freeway overpass. from the east to-bay toward the oakland police department is under fire. and it could be controlled by the federal government. what was grandma's cold remedy? hi, primo! asopao! right, asopao! there you go cuz, so you can sweat it out! oh, and music... ( all ) music? ... heals the soul. the power to share unites us. verizon brings your entire family the savings of the share everything plan. unlimited talk. unlimited text. and data you can share with up to 10 devices, all in one plan. get the 4glte droid razr by motorola for $99.99. verizon. gamo >> what a game! the oakland a's fans and the team were going crazy tonight. the a's are now the american league west champion. taking down the texas rangers and was denied for celebrating. you see it was-a night for celebrating. j.r. >> the oakland a's are the best in th
into the tracks on the floor. cbs5. >>> in the central valley, an am track train out of oakland collided with a big rig injuring more than 30 people. it happened around 12:30 this afternoon near the town of hanford. nick james on how passengers describe the impact. >> reporter: amtrak panic as families initially feared the worst. the chp says this big rig carrying cotton trash drove right through the crossing arms, despite the bells and warning lights, broadsiding the train. half a mile after impact, the amtrak came screeching off the tracks. they worried that the train caught fire in the first few terrifying moments. firefighters rushed to the scene south of fresno. some were treated here, but many were rushed to the hospital with injuries, described as bumps, bruises, breaks. nothing life threatening. >> people were jumping out of the train as fast as they could. other people were helping them get out of the train. they assisted people getting out of the train as well. >> reporter: the amtrak carrying 169 passengers were bound for bakersfield from oakland with a stop in sacramento. tho
. >> the oakland a's will live another day! >> i can't get enough of that video they're going crazy. they came down to the bottom of the ninth with two outs. they have 14 walk off lands during the regular season so it's just par for the course. of course it would take to the bottom of the ninth with a big hit from coco crisp. game 5 is scheduled for 6:37 p.m. this evening against the detroit tigers. will tran is out there right now and that is where fans are going out of their mind in the parking lot. >> absolutely they have one more chance to do it in the game is at 6:37 p.m. tonight. the lights are still on the they could have been turned off last night. we pulled off. lots of electricity are in the air in the cardiac kids once again did it. coco crisp is leading the team with three of the walk of twins. we had a chance to talk to some fans this morning and here's what they had to say. >> send death games are always exciting. we pushed it to game 5. >> it is an excellent thing that case, back, they're ostomy know. >> what to the a's winning means to oakland? >> it means everything it's been a lon
a couple of cars out of marin county. >> thank you. violence continues to escalate in oakland toward yesterday a man was shot and killed marking a fifth murder in a 24 hour span. investigators are saying that this is not related to the four different others to work in the last 24 hours. reggie kumar has more. >> in oakland at the oakland police headquarters they are investigating a fifth homicide. this was in just 24 hours. this latest is not related to the four different homicides that occurred within the city. this man was shot when someone drove by and shot them. these people were dropped by this scene and were brought in for questioning they are witnesses however and not suspects. no arrests. reggie kumar, kron 4. >> our team coverage continues. haazig madyun one of those victims is a popular worker in an east oakland community center. >> he works and night shift. after relearned that he got out of work he got killed. >> after-week we've learned. the youth director saying that one of the man shot in this van on 72nd avenue tuesday morning was 23 year- old robert del. he is an ove
>>> hits one up the middle, drew at 2nd, and game over! [ cheering and applause ] >> the oakland a's live to see another day! >> scott: the a's survive and take game 3 from detroit. >> stellar defense all over the diamond. it was a sell-out crowd at the coliseum, and fans coming out to show their support for the upstart a's. reggie kumar was there tonight. he has more. >> reporter: diehard fans arrived early for the third game. the game was sold out. >> scott: it better be sold out! >> they're definitely going to pull it out. >> why? >> a better , younger team. home field advantage, and i know we're going to do it. >> home field advantage, and we're going to sweep the 3. >> they've done a few sweeps already. i think they can do it. >> i think they definitely need this game. >> we got this already in the bag. >> you think they can do it? >> i think we have a lot of trust in baseball, and we love baseball. >> not everyone was happy at the game. some people showed up with game 3 tickets only to be turned away. although it was game 3, it was game 1 of the a's homestand. people thoug
's beautiful outside. but it's so hot and try that in oakland, extreme fire danger signs have gone up in the hills. meteorologist paul deanno is in our weather center now. paul? >>> that 91 degrees in san francisco and also oakland, the hottest day of the year. i told you it was coming and told we got it. san francisco, 91. oakland, 91. the hottest day of the year, ranking no. 1 for the calendar year. san jose, you were hotter at 94. that was the second hottest day of your year. concord, at 97, the ninth warmest day of the year. walnut creek, 99. that was bested by santa cruz, 100 degrees at the coast. golden gate park, 84. and a half moon bay, 74. fire danger elevated because of the temperature and also because we're running at 11% of average rainfall since july 1. one more note, 12,000 homes lost power in berkeley with scattered outages because a transformer blew. we called pg&e looking for a cause. it may be weather related. but some folks are without their air conditioning tonight. full forecast coming up in about ten minutes. >>> they truck it out! >> champagne is flowing in oakl
at oakland support. >> a bunch of -- instead of calling the real name, i call him mommy, too. >> she's such a kind person and she did a lot of good things for people. >> the fbi is now working with the police department. they plan to let the family back into the home in the next couple of days to help with the information. they are hoping to find her miss car, a light blue outback. the family has set up a website and using social immediate y to help locate that car. the last time they had a homicide was back in 2010 and they have only had five homicides in the past eleven years. ken. checking only bay area headlines. >> suspended san francisco sheriff will learn his fate tomorrow. the board of sue veries will vote on whether to remove him from office. mirkarimi's guilty to a plea kexes ana domestic abuse case. makes him unfit. nine supervie veries have to move. >> a gunnel suspended hoarings. the delay will allow time for closed door negotiations on fines to be leveed against pg&e. the hearings will resume next week. the blast killed eight people and destroyed dozens of homes more
. smith is coming around. the oakland a's will live another day. >> and what an incredible finish from the team that just won't quit. the a's come from behind to force game five in their divisional series against the tigers and giants are staying alive too. the news at 11:00 starts now. >>> good morning. thanks for being with us. >> good morning, everybody. there are new developments in the disappearance of michaela garecht to hetell you about. police giving us an update on the wrong running cold case. good morning. >> reporter: good morning to you. i spoke with police this morning and also michaela garecht's mother. she told us she had a feeling in recent weeks that something would break in her daughter's case but it may take weeks to get dna test results back on a bone fragment that she tells us she can't stop thinking about all of the possibilities. >> i have said that after november 19th, 1988, it's probably impossible to have a really happy ending. >> reporter: that was the day michaela garecht was kidnapped in hayward and her mother reacting to news that a bone fragment is being
some more breaking news this in oakland right now. we're told holy name university's campus is on lockdown at 3500 mountain boulevard in the oakland hills. this is live footage from chopper 5. police tell us that someone called in to say they saw a person possibly armed with a weapon on the campus. officers are now searching the school right now. once again chopper 5 overhead showing several police cars over holy names university. right now that campus on complete lockdown. if we learn anything more we'll certainly pass it along but right now holy names university in the oakland hills on lockdown. >>> a nasty fall for google stock this midday after what looks like an accidental press release. it happened around 9:30 this morning. google released its 3rd quarter financial numbers which included a big miss on target profits. within four minutes shares were down more than 9%, tens of billions of dollars of losses in less than five minutes. now it looks like the earnings report was actually scheduled for release at the end of the business day. jason brooks says this kind of thin
among the another champagne party. for the oakland a's. >> you talk about >> the western division, the oakland a's! as they are the no. 1 division championship, unbelievable! >> after trailing by 13 games on june 30th at the a's went to the west on the final day of the season. again their first outright lead. the final game. 162 toward a team to make a five game it does affect deficit in the final. >> we were kind of worried that we were screwed up. (cheers & applause) however, what these guys did for the last six games. is that it was the road trips that would hurt and all of road- trips. >> there is >> we are wondering if there is going to be any impact from all of that champagne. and it looks like they are born to be going to your home town of >> decision 2012. we can see who is going to >> this is a tight race. >> i say that we have had five boys. just go with that. >> bill clinton was on the campaign trail. >> i am telling you that nobody could have done this much fixing this short amount of time. however, president obama has a better plan. >> there is a particularly good opp
>> reporter: and what an experience it was out there on the field! remember, the oakland a's, a good dozen games out of first place in midsummer. they hunted down the texas rangers. i'm telling ya, what a day it was here at the ballpark! the oakland coliseum, alive and well for a critical wednesday night. >> i'm very nervous. >> i am so excited! >> i'm going crazy! >> yeah! >> reporter: a wild and wacky crowd painted the ballpark with green and gold. >> baby! >> you know what, this is just icing on the cake. >> reporter: and they will keep the lead all the way through the last out. just like that, the oakland a's are your 2012 al west division champs. >> i feel great. been here since opening day in 1967, i guess, been to '72, '73, '74. >> great. amazing. >> i want to cry! i want to cry! unbelievable! awesome! >> you know what? go a's! >> woo! >> it's incredible! incredible! >> reporter: the incredible team indeed. a's fans still celebrating here outside the coliseum. not many people across the country knew about the a's. america sure knows them now, as your oakland a's are
brass at oakland police department responded to a surge in violent crime and the scathing report critical of the department. good afternoon, i am tori campbell, the oakland police accident is facing a growing list of challenges including facing the possibility of a federal take over, new at noon alex savidge joins us live from opd headquarters, so what is the chief saying about all these problems, alex? >> reporter: at this news couches the chief made it clear he is frustrated by a recent speak in murders and talked about this weekend, a particularly violent one, 5 homicides that happened in the span of 18 hours. there was a news conference this morning here at police headquarters and we learned those killings in particular from this past weekend were not connected but did find out the investigates were targeted, despite the hard work of detectives that have been no arrests and to that end the chief today talked about new ways the department is trying to encourage witnesses to these crimes to come forward and help police. in particularly talked about a new system today are using
. let's go back to dave and pam. >>> it was a violent night in oakland, shootings left several people dead. they include a 14-year-old girl. >> reporter: that's right, one was transported to hyland hospital. his condition is unknown. the violence started at a liquor store but they are investigating three different locations and here is why. we can tell you the violence started in the parking lot of this liquor store. officers found two men shot and one man died and the scene, another man was transported to hyland. police got a call at 73rd and weld. she and her teenage daughter just happened to be driving down during the shootout and the 14-year-old was shot in the leg. she drove to the closest intersection she felt safe and the teen is expected to be okay. then around 10:20 more than an hour after, they got a call to brook dale. the woman was not shot in her home and police are wondering why she waited so long to call for help. we have a call to oakland police to get more information about the shooting and we are looking into who the suspects or suspect is in the shooting. >>> anothe
>> in the newsroom the biggest game in years for the oakland athletics gets underway in just over five hours. we'll have a live report coming up. >> a violent 24 hours in oakland, five people are killed in separate shootings. there's a new tip system in oakland for police trying to stop it. >> looks like we're seeing clear conditions as we take a live look for mount tam can this morning. temperatures are on the warmer side '70s first of warmus inland areas. you will notice a cool down some of areas only going up until the '90s. we'll have the full forecast in just a bit. >> in the east bay we're seeing heavier conditions now. the bay bridge back up is up to 15 minutes. highway interstate 80 is heavier traffic is up to the nimitz freeway. highway 4 and interstate 580 with volume building on the south freeways as well. the north bay rides are still pretty light. >> the improbable season for the amazing age continues. they beat the rangers at the coliseum three to one in front of 30,000 fans. there was one run allowed over six innings. they've tied the rangers for first place in the
the dream alive. and also, the oakland a's home against the detroit tigers, so far, so good. >> so far, so good. die-hard fans saying that they will get the much of leade game. and let us take a look. much-needed selh smith. people were going crazy. and even people were tailgating. most of these fans were wearing green and gold and believe that this team will go all the way. >> they have done a few sweeps' already i think that they can do it. >> and we are really needing to do this. we have this and the back. do you think that the can do this? >> we have a lot of trust in baseball. we love about baseball and it is all about fate, no matter what. >> tonight's game against the detroit tigers is sold out. >> other bay area baseball that san francisco giants went for another day. with the two-out error with a scott relent. with a 2-1 victory over cincinnati. scott roland... and the division series. sports director, gary radnich will have the complete rundown. and the giants can hopefully get the victory with the oakland a's together. >> we are starting to see the average fuel report from aaa.
coming up in minutes. >>> demonstrators have returned to the site of last year's "occupy oakland" protest. 200 people marched through downtown. protestors occasionally blocked traffic but the night was largely peaceful. this came one year after police tore down the tent city at frank ogawa plaza. >> it was a homeless shelter and we were feeding each other. all these people are friends and we came together to help the community and the world. >> last night police followed the marchers and gave warnings through a loudspeaker. some 200 officers were there some in riot gear following the protestors at a distance. only two arrests have been reported. the chp plans to patrol the streets of oakland soon to help the stretched police departmentful officers will be deployed next week to boost patrol in high crime areas and help with traffic enforcement. a similar situation is planned for stockton. >>> a body found last weekend was a missing girl from richmond the the death of 16- year-old kathy chu is now under investigation. she had been missing since late last month. a classmate contacted author
communities because that is not one monolithic market. in san francisco, oakland where we do business, and all the different pockets of the bay area, there are tons of different communities that we all serve, and we have to understand the nuances and difficulties of each particular community because we cannot continue to talk about them as if they are all the same. online community market in oakland is pretty robust. they all struggle with audience, and these are folks that actually served the people that have not been traditionally served by corporate media, and we still have to deal with how we work with these communities, how we let them know that we have their backs and they are the ones we are focusing on because they are so used to being left out of the general marketplace. from a business perspective, how do we target those folks and let them know that they are the community we are focusing on? and also, how do you turn that into a profitable business model, not because we want to be rich, but because we have to pay the bills and make sure we can go to work the next day? that is the que
here on sunday if st. louis beats the nationals. >> team coverage with the oakland a's taking on the detroit tigers. i would be having a better time if oakland a's were winning. they are down by two at this time. >> san francisco did but now it is oakland time. teaching most definitely on the green is for the money. >> if we are talking player nicknames then will these fans know a few others. >> cocoa is like a local motion. >> speedy because we know he is still the basis. >> i have my clappers, horns, and my ear rings. >> these are my playoff pans that i have 01. >> green is for the money, gold is for the hundred. >> they are in the sixth inning and they are down by two points. there is definitely still some hope out here in oakland. >> there is a lot of holes still just they would kron 4 tonight will have continuing coverage of the game. >> following the murder of a bay area teacher we do have to people that were arrested who may be connected to the murder. >> a crashed with a school bus shows how it ended up on its side. >> there are new street lights up and the city- state
they would have gotten this far? i'm nothing but happy. it is what it is. >> oakland a's! >> oak rand rules! >> that i always made it happen -- >> it was a great year for them. i'm really happy with what they did. >> we had a great season. the only thing, we didn't go further. other than that, we still believe in the team. >> we were with it all the way to the end. you couldn't leave till the end of the game because anything can happen! >> still instbl >> still believe! >> gary will have more on the a's and the giants and the rest of postseason baseball coming up in sports. >>> our record stands for itself. >> they first blamed the youtube video, now they're trying to blame the romney/ryan ticket >> that's a bunch of malarkey. >> the first and only vice presidential debate held tonight in kentucky. joe biden facing off against paul ryan. a much more heated match compared to the one between president obama and mitt romney. they talked about national security, foreign policy, taxes, jobs, and clashed over whether the new healthcare reform law put medicare on sounder footing. >> they got cau
several weeks, if not months. >> >> homicides burglaries and robberies, all up in oakland. this weekend, jerry brown made an unexpected promise. how a church gathering put the governor on the spot, ali? >> reporter: the governor made a promise to the church members, offering help that could come in the form of a long time partnership, but so far, no addition plans have been made. . it was sunday morning service at the gospel church in oakland that the congregation had a visitor. >> our governor is here. >> parishioners to vote for proposition 30. i said while you are in that mode, asking us for help, we need to ask you for something. >> can you declare the city of oakland a state of emergency that we can get some help in here to put public safety number one in the city? >> reporter: governor brown promised help. >> i will make sure that our highway patrolmen are beefed-up for the city of oakland and work with the police department. >> i felt so good about his statements that he made. >> >> reporter: jackson said it's an issue his parishioners live and suffer with every day, there have b >>> tonight marks the one-year anniversary of the night that the oakland police department kicked occupy oakland protestors out of frank ogawa plaza. that night, police used teargas, and there was violence on both sides. tonight, protestors held a rally and marched to remember that day. kron4's philippe chegal is live. >> reporter: it was nothing like a year ago. one protest did throw a rock at police. and that suspect was arrested for felony battery on a peace officer. other than that, no major incidents. but this was a busy intersection just hours ago. >> reporter: protestors were vocal, leaving frank ogawa plaza. they took on the streets starting at 14th and broadway. >> i hope people remember that we need to hold our police officers accountable. >> reporter: iraq veteran scott olson was among the crowd. one year ago, he was hit in the head by a canister of here gas by the oakland police. that led the chief of police to recommend earlier this month that more than 40 of his officers be disciplined for their actions during occupy oakland rallies. >> opd has committed a lar
. >> first i congratulate the oakland athletics and san francisco giants for winning their respective divisions and may be too early to start talking about bay bridge or bart series, it would be a thrill. i am thrilled that the oakland a's, in record-breaking style come from 13 games back to win the division; i hope it will keep their team in open forever. the oakland a's have won four world series san francisco giants to date have only won one. they may need to have any facility perhaps baseball only, most teams have that in the country. perhaps that is something that can be worked out between the oakland a's and the city of oakland. a personal note, despite the fact that i have rather bright pink clothing, i am happy to announce that my son and daughter-in-law are expecting a boy in march; my granddaughter will have a little brother. finally more importantly, i did meet with project sponsor a couple of weeks ago in regards to 2830 toledo, i did have a chance to look at the plans and i'm happy to work with the dr requester and project sponsor to forge a compromise that w
. >> it looks nice up to. >>> 5:06 the oakland zoo is getting into the halloween spirit this weekend so we sent lawrence out to find out what boo at the zoo is all about. good morning. >> reporter: so you're trying to say that i'm spooky? i think i'm pretty scary at this time of the morning. it should be a great event. see the 600 exhibits of all the animals. this is a really neat place to come. i think the weather is going to be great. a lot of neat creatures, a python, a beautiful snake. we'll talk more about that in a few minutes. the weather is fantastic. we are talking about a lot of sunshine. it's clear and cold to start around most of the bay area. 40s and some 50s right now so high pressure taking over temperatures warming up nicely. in fact, a the lot of numbers in the 70s in the valleys, 60s at the coast and warmer weather for the weekend. we'll talk more about that and about this wonderful snake here coming up in a little bit. does that make you feel creepy crawly elizabeth? >> you would think that i would be afraid of snakes and i'm not. snakes and spiders, we're friends. i'm okay
griego. time now is 6:00. a protest march turns destructive in oakland. >> yeah. demonstrators in an antiwar rally march and probing windows splashed buildings with paint and more. cbs 5 reporter elissa harrington now in downtown oakland to show us some of the damage on this monday. >> reporter: good morning. a broken bottle on the ground paint splashed on the glass and just about every, single window broken. other buildings suffered similar damage including city hall following an antiwar rally. about 200 demonstrators met at frank ogawa plaza for a march through downtown to mark the 11th anniversary of the start of the war in afghanistan. by 8:15 they dispersed. then there was vandalism on various buildings in the area. oakland residents are fed up with this type of behavior that costs the city money. >> it doesn't make any sense. the bank doesn't have anything to do with the war. oakland has enough budget problems that this creates more problems in oakland when oakland is not the place make the decisions. they need to gowashington or to go to washington or other areas. >> rep
on the tracks, very, very big delays from downtown oakland and fremont sfo and millbrae direction we will be watching your about commute as that will most definitely be picking up due to those delays. right now drive times leaving altamont pass highway 4 westbound and 80 east shore freeway into the macarthur maze. >>> sue hall caught a ball at the game yesterday. >> a foul ball, amazing. >> way to go. that -- next the industry on the rebound and thousands of jobs that are up for grabs. >>> protecting your children's online privacy. music giant that federal regulators say failed to do that and wait is going to cost. >>> move over amazon and voodoo taste are us wants to in-- toys "r" us wants to invite itself into your living room. >> reporter: record gas prices in california for this time of year pipeline closure and refinery problems sent prices up five cents in a day to an average of $4.2010 three. expected to keep claiming -- average of $4.23 expected to keep claiming. -- >> there's an offer for folks who say they will leave the country if their presidential candidate does not win.
spher >> and the tidetroit tigers to plead and beg small game with the oakland a's >> it was a great season. i lost my voice is exciting. >> do you still believe in the tape. >> most definitely nobody expected anything like this it was amazing. an amazing run. i enjoyed the ride >> how can you be angry who would have thought that would of cotton this are so i'm nothing but happy it is what came back and they always did a good thing you're not going to win it allows for it once. >> i'm happy with what they did. >> we had a great season only thing that is disappointing that we did not and and that we had an unbelievable season. >> we show that we were with it all the way to the very end you could not lead to the end of the game because anything could happen with these oakland a's. there's always next year. >> classy fans were classy season. the detroit tigers we will face the new york yankees or baltimore orioles. >> would have the giants chested a victorious in cincinnati they defy the laws at well beating the cincinnati reds in a historical come back. >>cheering >> is of guts from bo
to be able to interview the nanny soon. >>> in oakland help may be on the way. officers will be partnering with oakland police to patrol the streets. allie rasmus says some questions have to be answered. >> reporter: this partnership between oakland police and the chp comes to welcome news. in front of this building here behind me is where the city's 101st homicide happened early this morning. >> i live two doors down. at about 5:00 this morning i heard gunshots. >> reporter: some of the people who live on the 300 block reported hearing as many as 10 to 15 gunshots. aimed at vin sent jones jr. he was shot and killed. >> ain't got words. this is beyond. this is beyond my -- >> reporter: the crime in oakland is beyond understanding for many oakland residents. the bishop made a public plea to the governor for help. >> we'll provide that help. i will make sure that our highway patrolmen are beefed up for the city of oakland. >> reporter: today oakland police antechp announced the start of a new partnership. extra chp officers will work overtime. >> a focus on areas that are having the highest
will be hearing from the principle of around 9:00. >> the trial begins today in oakland for the woman accused of killing bay area nursing student michelle lay. investigators say it as the bonn blamed late for ruining her relationship for with her daughter's father. both women were interested in the same man. late disappeared in may of last year and was found in rural counties last four months later. the opening statements are scheduled to begin around 930. >> rescue efforts continue at pigeon point near half moon bay where to fishermen fell off their built boat. four people actually fell off the boat and two were able to escape to safety with lifejackets. a 15 ft. wave slammed into the boat uc there and capsized. helicopters overnight use night vision technology to search the water and the coastline. this boat washup about 20 mi. south of half moon bay. that is where they are focusing their search for them in this morning. all four are from san francisco. >> nato forces in afghanistan saying that at last this morning from a suicide bomber has killed three international service members. we hea
in oakland and 81 in san jose. the afternoons will be the hottest of the week, usually in the 70s and 80s. 102 in the valley, one of the hot spots. back to you. >> all right. thank you. well, it will only get hotter out there. we have more with those looking for relief from the heat. so many are, kate! >> reporter: that is right! you can see here there are plenty of activities going on at this cooling center. most cooling centers are senior or community centers or libraries that the city will designate as a place for people to cooloff and grab something to drink in unusually hot days. now that it is october and we are hitting triple digits, the coordinator tells me shis unusual. >> the usual in newark, it is warm, but with our indian summer, it gets hotter than normal. we are here for folk to drop in, come and cool down, do activities you normally do outside inside! >> reporter: now today neighbor cans enjoy pool tables, computer labs and a special movie showing with popcorn and plenty of other free snacks and water. my shell, this isn't one of -- michelle, this isn't one of th
.m. we begin with a developing story in oakland. violence continues. they man was shot and killed. this is the fifth murder in less than 24 hours. this is video from the crime scene. grant lotus is tracking the latest homicides. >> there have been five main shot and killed. four of them were just sitting in parked cars. this was before 11:00 p.m. last night at macarthur. one hour later, in the diamond district. also, this car wathe occupant was killed. and also, on 72nd near international. and at 2:40 2:00 p.m. this man was gunned down on 57 just east. reggie kumar was at that murder scene antaeus like. withe latest. and richie is like. --. >> reggie? >> good evening, ran grant. police officer told me that this is not related to the four different that have occurred in the last 24 hours. let me show you video. investigators say that this continues to believed to be a drive by. and this was in front of this peach colored home. the male victim was found on responsive. and it appears that it was gang-related but it is not what he was targeted he was found non- responsive. three men w
and civic order ends in disorder. what's next after another wild night at oakland city hall. and on the eve of obama, romney, round one. which candidates can claim the highest television rattings and which vp candidate gets honorable mention? i'm ken bastida. >> and i'm dana king. there has been a huge spike in the gas pump and it happened overnight. kit doe on the reasons why gas stations are pushing a 10 to 30- cent jump. fill her up, kit. >> reporter: dana, in a simple supply, demand economics. a number of refineries shut down for a various number of reasons. one of which is the heat. >> the record heat that has been sweeping was apparently too much for the power grid in southern california. the exxon mobile refinery shut down yesterday after the facility lost power. says the heat caused a transformer at a nearby substation to malfunction. combine that with the refinery in richmond, and you have yet another perfect storm for high gas prices. the wholesale cost shot up $1.06 in one week. by friday, retail prices could spike 30 cents. if it keeps up, station owners will hav
>> [ yelling] raucous night at the oakland city council meeting where large crowd demanded answers in officer involved shooting. good evening. >> about half othat angry crowd was locked out of tonight oakland city council meeting tlvlt was talk of overflow room but none was made available. abc 7 news reporter was in the thick of it and he's live at oakland city hall for us right now. allen. >>reporter: two weeks ago the same demonstrators forced the city council to cancel their meeting. the plan this time by the city was to limit the seating so that police could control the crowd. city manager decision to close off the balcony for safety purposes setoff the crowd before the meeting even started. with limited seats the overflow crowd refused to watch on tv in a separate room. extra police were called in to guard the doors. l 30. will be no business as usual in oakland until there's justice for. >>reporter: they demand police report on the officer involved shooting death of 18-year-old allen bloom ford. police believe the high school senior had a gun when they shot him las
have been killed and oakland and we will talk about a tip system that the police have in place. >> in firefighters are battling a three alarm house fire. the fire is on the 29th block of bethany ave. let's go right out to the scene. it looks like firefighters are still there. >> in at this point james it is just a fire watch. the ceiling had did collapse and it calls had a lot of pockets with hot spots. let's show you some video that will show you parts of the house. there are a lot a trees so it is hard for you to see. this will show you how damaged the house is and that when firefighters arrived they saw a lot of smoke and a lot of fire on the back of the home. they were able to get end and no one was there all the occupants had escaped on their own. one was wheelchair bound and he was saved. they stated that the selling did collapse and that it was pretty challenging. basically this fire did not spread and they were finally able to contain at and as i stated before is just a fire watch right now. they are just waiting for it to become daylight so that they can come off and i
in oakland last night demanding more information on a deadly police shooting that happened five months ago. the family and about 75 supporters of 18-year-old alan bluford packed the chambers for two hours. the family was given a copy of the police report. something they have been asking the police for since the shooting happened. bluford was shot and killed back in may after police say he tried to run away. police said he was killed in an exchange of gunfire that injured the police officer. they later changed the story and the gun believed to be bluford's believed to be recovered from the scene was not. the district attorney and oakland police are still investigating the shooting. >>> the protest comes as a federal report comes to light accusing oakland police of being too quick to pull the trigger. a court-appointed monitor says officers sometimes shoot at suspects even though they may not face immediate danger. the monitor says officers may be quote, hypersensitive to the dangers of their job. the detectives seem to be predisposed of the shooting is justified. the officer-involved shooti
special coverage begins at 6:00. >>> how about them oakland as. it took 162 games but they are finally in first place. and just in time. about an hour ago in front of a sellout crowd. the as completed a late season surge that was nothing short of historic. with it they have clinched the american league west championship and home field advantage in first round of the play-offs. dennis o'donnell live at the coliseum and dennis, you hate to say unbelievable, but unbelievable! >> reporter: it is unbelievable, allen. i think every adjective you could possibly use has been used to describe this team. they have not been alone in first place since the season began on march 28 in japan. all those days of second and third place ended today. bob melvin's club down 5-1 in the 4th inning then tied it at 5. then cespedes popped up. josh hamilton drops the ball two runs scored to give the as a 7-5 lead. manager ron washington telling hamilton he could have cost his team the game. it was 12-5 in the 9th inning and here's how it ended. >> flyball to center field. coco drifting back he is there and has
oakland police report detailing shootings of a teenager has a community criticizing investigators for classifying the young man as the lethal threat. cbs 5 reporter cate caugiran is in oakland now where the police department just wrapped up a press conference regarding violence in the city just a little bit ago. cate. >> reporter: frank, while the chief addressed a number of issues in this conference including the uptick in crime, as well as ways to fight it, we wanted to know what the chief had to say about the most recent federal monitor report that came out. here's what he had to say. >> all working to move in the same direction, which is full compliance with something we started 10 years ago. it's not been easy. it's been challenging. but there's no one here that's ducking from the responsibility. we all want the same thing. the. >> judge wants the same thing. i want the same thing. i want our officers to follow constitutional policing. >> reporter: the chief added that the department hasn't had enough time to fully review the report and admitted the department has room for gr
around the bay jumped 10 cents since yesterday. in san francisco a gallon cost $4.43. in oakland $4.34. and san jose $4.37 a gallon. >> good news is these events are short lived. temporary in nature. once they come back -- up from their outage, it will take a number of days, that will improve supplies. >> it is expected gas prices will come back down by early next week. >> analysts say spending was strong in september and that is an encouraging sign for retailers as they prepare for the holidays, which is the busiest shopping period of the year. fixed mortgages fell, suggesting the stimulus efforts are having an impact and the unemployment benefits rose to 367,000. applications increased by 4,000 from the previous week of 363,000. the four week average was unchanged last week, 375,000. >>> after 30 years in business the supermarket in pittsburg is set to close for good. it employs 55 people. they have been given the opportunity to transfer to other locations and can apply for a job at the food store in two-months. >>> rising rents could force two book stores to close. after 20 years
. >>> five deadly shootings earlier this week in oakland. the victims targeted, police say the murders are not connected, instead they are part of a citywide crime problem. the chief today announced a new crime-fighting program called operation cease-fire. a pastor of one of the largest churches in oakland says the program does not go far enough to reduce the rising tide of violence. >> you have the fourth most dangerous city in america >> i think what we need to do is declare oakland a state of mother-in-law. >> we just described to -- a state of emergency. >> we've just described what's taken place here. >> five murders in 8 hours. >> they should say these shootings are out of control, this is not afghanistan, this not iraq >> 94 murders within the last 10 months or so >> it's alarming that we talk about the number of homicides as if 90 people being killed in our streets is not a real big thing. i guess because it's based upon the past. >> the people here today are key community patterns in the city's operation cease-fire, lifelines to safety. in the program which we'll launch in ab
a decade in the making. the last time the san francisco giants and the oakland a's made it to the post season was in 2003. they are about to kick it in high gear. noelle walker is live in san francisco where fans hope to catch the post season magic. >> reporter: willie mayes plaza is decked out. it was not just baen radios but people decked out in orange and black for a rally if they are an a's fan or a giants fan, this is the time to have fun. >> reporter: a dance party under the palm trees, the giants heading to the playoffs is it. >> let's go giants! >> reporter: the sun is out on the plaza. they have their rally packs for tomorrow's game. >> you are excited to get ready for the playoffs. it is exciting. [music] >> does your boss know where you are today? >> no, i got the day off. [cheers and applause] >> reporter: a's fan spent the day scooping up play off's gear. >> we have 48 hats and they are going fast. >> reporter: the team store is hopping. something it does not see every day. >> that is the special thing about it. it was unexpected. wednesday, the title was clinched and
. >> all right, thank you. >>> oakland city officials estimate damage of vandalism at $12,000. work crews cleaned paint from buildings and replacing shattered windows. the open tribune and city hall. the damage came after about 200 people marched downtown on sunday to protest the 11th 11th anniversary of the start of the war in afghanistan. no arrests have been made. >>> this statement today was a masterpiece of denial and self- delusion. >> former penn state assistant coach and convicted child abuser, jerry sandusky, ahead you'll hear his sentence handed down today. >>> there was at least some talk of a rain possibility for the bay area. rose mary's up in minutes to tell you if that is still the case. >>> and why north bay authorities are right now keeping a close eye on some explosive material. hi, i'm amy for downy unstopables in-wash scent boosters, here with my favorite new intern, jimmy. mmm! fresh! and it's been in the closet for 12 weeks! unbelievable! unstopables! i'll show you how! ♪ just shake them into the washer i can't believe this lasts 12 weeks! neither can they. so you'
. he took a home run away from the prince. i mentioned only two runs for oakland. this was one of them. the a's win 2-0 and they force a game for tomorrow in oakland. runs at a premium for the giants as well in cincinnati. while this wasn't exactly cocoa- like. hunter made a brilliant number in foul territory and slams into the wall. giants game was tied at 1-10. walking areas hit a ground ball. too hot to handle. that score is buster posey. game four tomorrow. barry zito on the hill for san francisco. >> i'm liking it now. yeah, feeling like the worm has turned. >> and there's something magical about those oakland a's fans. good stuff. i'll have more coming up. >> we'll see you then, thanks. >> it was supposed to be a special day for a young antioch boy. instead, he is recovering from a crash that nearly killed his mother. she and a friend were badly hurt, pushing him out of the path of a speeding suv this morning. he spoke with juliette goodrich about his ordeal. >> a tough day for 11-year-old gilbert. it's his birthday and instead of celebrating, he's recovering in the hospita
in oakland the a's fans rocked the coliseum all night long and then went nuts when ina's pulled off a win in the bottom of the ninth. oakland a's fans go berserk. >> we are going to win, baby. we got this. >> reporter: celebrating a do or die win coming back to beat detroit in the ninth inning. >> can you believe that? >> i cannot. that was amazing. absolutely amazing. >> reporter: on their feet waving rally rags 38,000 fans deliver energy. >> if there was a cloud 30 i would be on that one right now. >> reporter: when it is win or go home team spirit delivers. >> i am overjoyed that we finally got to this place. >> reporter: the dream is still alive for oakland. >> joe giants. >> reporter: madison showed her giants pride at the coliseum. >> a couple of people yelled at me. >> reporter: her giants won, too. fans gathered in san francisco to watch the giants beat cincinnati. that series is also tied at 2-2 with the deciding game thursday morning. giants fans can taste another chance at a world series. >> i am so happy they won. i know they can win tomorrow because they want it. when they wa
. as and giants both digging deep last night. right field, base hit, the oakland as will live another day game five tomorrow! >> why did i go to bed last night? the tigers were ahead by two in the bottom of the 9th when the as brought in three runs to win. seth smith knocked in two and you saw what coco crisp did to bring hunter pence home. game time today at 6:30 at the coliseum. >>> and the ball high and deep will it stay fair? that is way, way out of here. pablo sandoval. >> and the giants pounded the reds in cincinnati 8-3. that series even at two games apiece. the home team has lost every game in the series. the good news is the giants are in cincinnati. game time today an early riser, 10 a.m. >> at 10:00 i'll be watching a little baseball. >>> for the second night in a row weather moving across the bay area. you know, i was asleep last night i woke up to thunder. >> it was something else, strong storms developing in the south bay. we talked about that yesterday but things unsettled and we had lightning strikes showing up around the bay area again this near watsonville pretty strong thu
for oakland already under manned police force. good evening, i'm dana king. >> an ownership change will now have serious consequences for hundreds of workers. cbs 5 reporter with a story you'll see only on cbs 5. sharon. >> yeah, workers said they will be fired in two months because they are illegal immigrants. there aren't any firm numbers, but up to 400 people could lose their jobs. some workers got a letter from starbucks saying there's discrepancy from their social security numbers and they have 60 days to prove they will be here legally. the letter upset this worker. he wanted his voice disguised because he's an illegal immigrant. >> we put a lot of work -- 200 cooks, dishwashers, would be let go at the 19 stores, and another 200 workers where the pastries are baked in south san francisco. at the bakery, one worker says he is not worried because he is an american citizen. >> so there are people who got notices that your social security did you remember doesn't matter, is that right? >> yeah. a lot of people worried about that. >> starbucks says on monday, it sent the letter to emp
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